Pakistan rue is not better prepared for Australian conditions
ADELAIDE: Pakistan captain Azhar Ali He said Monday that adapting to conditions faster and building alliances were crucial if his team hoped to break a test record in Australia.
The visitors crashed in one inning and the defeat of 48 races in the second test in Adelaide, after an entry and loss of five races in Brisbane.
It was added to an already poor record Under , with Pakistan now defeated in 14 consecutive tests on the Australian coast.
Azhar said it was crucial that more team A trips give young applicants the experience of what to expect in local conditions.
They will get many benefits from that, he said, adding that test equipment that arrives in Australia earlier would also help.
These are the best batting conditions anywhere in the world. If you can get used to rebound and rhythm, you can run. But it must be a team effort, partnerships are important, Azhar said.
To win the test matches we also have to take 20 wickets and we have to determine how we can do it in Australia. Getting to the front of the game here is very important.
Pakistan had some successes during the tour.
Babar Azam He reinforced his reputation as a top-level hitter, reaching a century in Brisbane and 97 in Adelaide.
Spin bowler Yasir Shah He also adapted well to score a hundred single test.
But they were disappointed by a young and inexperienced fast bowling attack that was dismantled in Adelaide by David Warner on his way to 335 it wasn't out.
Despite the overwhelming loss, Azhar said the team would take some positive aspects of the tour.
We missed all departments in both tests, but we took some positive aspects, he said.
If you don't play a good line, they always score fast and you have to throw well. When you enter, get a big score and make great alliances.
Babar has been exceptional in this series, that's very positive, he added.
It is very difficult here with a young bowling attack, we arrived with high expectations but it did not go well. We will learn a lot.